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Author's profile photo Thorsten Scheyter

The Add-on Assembly Kit 5.00 is available

“If you develop industry-, company-, or country-specific enhancements to SAP solutions, the SAP Add-On Assembly Kit can help you plan and deliver those enhancements as software add-ons. The SAP Add-On Assembly Kit guarantees quality software development by using a standardized process flow from planning to delivering the add-on. The delivery tools work smoothly with SAP’s maintenance strategy, helping you integrate new developments into your existing environment and providing maintenance throughout the enhancement’s life cycle. The SAP Add-On Assembly Kit and its comprehensive documentation help ensure high-quality product development from the planning phase. The add-on tools also help you efficiently install, update, and maintain the enhancement.”


In other words if you want to stop deliver your ABAP software via transports, you can request and ask for the AAK. You will get it via an separate contract.

Your ABAP software can even be deinstalled conveniently via the SAP tool SAINT/SPAM.

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      Author's profile photo Shrinivas Gadde
      Shrinivas Gadde

      Hello Thorsten:

      I have successfully created a Change Piece List.

      When I attempt to create Component Piece List, it is not going GREEN. I do not have any errors & I have only warnings. Is it possible that Warnings too must be corrected before it gets green?

      I am on a critical path, please help.


      Author's profile photo Thorsten Scheyter
      Thorsten Scheyter
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      Hello Shrinivas,

      in case you need quick and coordinated help you can always open a SAP ticket with the appropriate priority.

      In case the warnings are acceptable for you can can set it to completed.

      However the traffic lights are for the export of the delivery and are not related to the OLC results.

      see legend on button:

      with kind regards,

      Thorsten Scheyter (AAK Development Support)